Transformation in Higher Education is a journal that recognises higher education as an ever-changing, politically charged, and highly contentious space. By capturing, debating, and challenging higher education in all its different nuances, this journal aims to disseminate innovative and evidence-based research. Original contributions that deal with national and international universities, universities of technology, and Technical and Vocational Education and Training Colleges are welcomed. Preference will be given to submissions that bring the material realities and theoretical aspirations for learning, teaching, research, and community engagement into sharp focus. This includes transdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, and interdisciplinary engagements that address contemporary issues in higher education contexts as well as conceptual-philosophical and empirical works addressing matters that could lead to the intellectual advancement of higher education as a discipline and field.
Broader topics, related to the transformation in/of higher education, could include the following:
- The role and function of higher education;
- The nature of knowledge and learning;
- Coordination and mechanisms between society and higher education; and
- Higher education of and the integration thereof into a particular society or country.